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CaSPA Principal appointed to important National Child Protection body

Posted on 1 February 2018
CaSPA Principal appointed to important National Child Protection body

Ms Kerrie Tuite [pictured above in 2015 receiving her CaSPA service certificate from president Phil Lewis] current principal of Mt Alvernia College in Brisbane has been appointed to the Catholic Church's new, independent child protection standards setting, auditing and reporting organisation.

In recent years Kerrie has served as a Director on the CaSPA Board as well as being president of CASPAQ - the Association of Catholic Secondary Schools Queensland. She will join the board of Catholic Professional Standards Limited (CPSL) in February 2018.

CPSL has been established by the leadership of the Australian Catholic Church in response to the Royal Commission's findings of institutional failure in the management of child sexual abuse claims within Catholic schools, parishes, homes and other Catholic organisations.

CPSL will develop, audit and report on compliance with professional standards across Catholic entities. It represents a new national Church approach to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable people.

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